Been almost a year. 364 days to be precise. Tomorrow was our first anniversary.
I knew this day was coming for months and put it off till the very last minute such was my need to have you close to me. I didn't want to let you go but I knew I had to. For us both.
When I left you at that grey...
The game itself is really simple, just a tester. The main draw for me was dev-ing anywhere.
I followed capjustes .pnd creation guide in the Pandora wiki but can't get my .pnd to work. It shows on the desktop with the correct icon but doesn't run.
Here is the call to make the .pnd
./pnd_make.sh -p PoolPanic.pnd -d pxml/ -x pxml/PXML.xml -i pxml/poolpanic.png -c
Here is my run.sh...
This guide was written by a total Linux noob for other Linux noobs and the solution was arrived at by trial, error, luck and flaw. If I've missed anything out or I'm doing something stupid or unnecessary please feel free to correct me :)
It will show you, step-by-step, how I set up...
To change the default keyring password (the one youre prompted for when connecting to wifi) load up Thunar (Pandora menu/system). Check 'show hidden files'. Navigate to /home/YOUR NAME/.gnome2/keyrings and delete default.keyring
Reboot and you will be asked to enter your wireless key then pick...
My language and behaviour last night were out of order.
I apologise for any offence I caused and I thank the mods for not banning me - a ban would have been justified IMO.
I offer no defense. It was a failed attempt at humour.
If you're interested in game development but find C to have too steep a learning curve you might want to try DarkBasic. It's by far the easiest engine to learn I've ever seen. You can only code for Windows and it's ad supported (in the IDE I think).
It comes with excellent help and examples...
This link will be updated to always point to the latest Windows build:
W - accelerate
S - brake
A - turn left
D - turn right
SPACE - cannon
K - smart bomb
L - reverse
ESC - quit
*edit* Pandora .pnd
Anyone fancy testing this little pool game for me? Windows version of my first Pandora game (a Gp2X conversion) and the precursor to a internet multiplayer pool game.
Q=up, A=dw, O=lf, P=rg, M=shoot, I=start...
this is my Blast Billiards type game 'Pool Panic'. Pot all the balls before the timer runs out to complete level. Some levels require you to pot the balls into a set number of 'magic' pockets to complete.
Joystick: move cursor, B: Shoot, SELECT:pause, START+SELECT: quit to main...
I lost my joystick cap. Send an email to gp2x.co.uk to see if they had any in stock. Got a reply from Jacquelyn within 15 minutes saying she had one left! Sent my payment via pay pal. Just got a reply saying it will be sent tonight!
Excellent stuff made all the more extraordinary by the value...